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2014 Ashworth Color Run
Friday, May 16, 2014 


During the Spring faculty Butter Braid fundraiser, Ms. Greer promised that the first, second, and third highest earning classes would receive special classes from Coach White, Mrs. E., and Mrs. Frederick.  Coach White and Mrs. E. got together and held a Color Run to reward the classes of Ms. Bradshaw and Mrs. English to fulfill that promise.  Fifth and Sixth grade students were selected for their outstanding behavior in art to throw "color" (colored corn starch) at the runners.  Even Ms. Greer and Dr. Hill joined the students as they ran between the "throwers".  Then they received packets of color to toss at each other. A great time was had by all!Color Run

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Coach Takes One (or more) for the Team!
Friday, May 02, 2014 


Back in the Fall, the PTA promised that the students who sold large amounts of chocolate in the Fall Fundraiser would receive an invitation to a pie-throwing party.  Coach White generously offered himself up as the target!

Now that the weather has warmed back up, it was time that the PTA and Coach paid up on the promise!  The kids stepped up one by one and (whip-) creamed Coach!   Several classes came out to witness the event.  A great time was had by all.

For more pictures of the day, check out the Flickr album!


Kohls Cares for Ashworth Kids
Monday, April 28, 2014 


Earth Day at Ashworth

Volunteers from Kohl's Cares joined Ashworth families in tending the grounds of Ashworth Elementary for Earth Day.  They worked hard, cleaning up flower beds, planting flowers, trimming trees and bushes, planting trees, and picking up trash.  In addition to their volunteer efforts, Kohl's Cares made a cash donation for the future care of Ashworth and its kids.

The Kohl's Cares volunteers work through Kohl's Department stores to support community programs.  Since its inception in 2000, Kohl’s Cares® cause merchandise program has raised more than $231 million to support kids' health and education initiatives in communities nationwide.  The volunteers for Ashworth came from Mansfield and Arlington locations.

For more pictures of the event, please visit our Flickr album.



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